Many anglers have been fishing with someone, casting identical lures, with one angler catching fish and the other catching nothing.
That result can’t always be explained just by casting to different spots.
Michael Rogillio was happy when his father Ricky Rogillio downed a double drop-tine whitetail trophy on Nov. 30 while hunting at Giles Island Hunting Club. But the 22-year-old never dreamed he’d have a chance to find out what the saying “like father, like son” meant 61 days later at the same place. […]
Fifteen-year-old Josh Alford of Brandon knew what buck he wanted to kill when he hit the woods with his brother and uncle during Christmas break because the big 12-point typical had been captured on trail-cam photos several times.
What Alford didn’t know until he killed it on Dec. 29 was that it was just a monster Yazoo County deer: It has been green scored by the Mississippi Department of Wildlife, Fisheries and Parks at 192 gross inches. […]
Brian Andrus got a second chance at the buck of his lifetime Nov. 28, and made it pay off by downing one of the great typical bucks of the 2011-12 hunting season.
The 32-year-old row-crop farmer from Moorhead took advantage of access to a 500-acre block of his family’s Sunflower County farm, part used for duck hunting and the other for deer hunting, to take the deer that has been green scored at nearly 190 inches Boone & Crockett. […]